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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1903)
LAKE COUNTY EXAMINER. LAKEVIEVt OK UPON, JAN. 2 IPM.
The Supply Now on Hand W,H !
Not Last Til Next Clip With-
out Heavy Importations.
. i. rtu VvfimltiorimliliHhed 1
aynopaia ot the wool
yeaned from J,, tire. I
CVr, circular tor January. The U -
.owing tan ron, tneHUinec m -
,arandw,nnod,t ,vea .U,l. -! ()f
.tb of Lake County. , K,HH.ui,vtlon. although the
The total supply of wool of all 11
1 m ioiu u J wooln bought have been neoured In
klnda. Including that In dealers' and .oow noiui .. .
..incia, i a , n ()f a furtUpr n(,vnnce In
irrowere hauda and In the with., w
tlmated at not over 3r.,WO,n00 , Kn,,u,rn ,rke"-
nd, of which 1.00,000 pound I No dottl.t the tr.ngct money mar
Talrealy ow, bythe milling net ban .grated to prevent apeou.n-
M v , . . tlon for manv who would have
onlv 123.000.000 pounds for sale. i l,on- u,r
In our judgment, quite 000.000, bought were either forced to .ell, or
pounds peranon will be required. eon.d not R.t.n money with
continues, bo that during the bIx
month that wUl clapae Wore the
oiin ia araJbibte. coniMiniDtlon
will m,ulre27t,,000 pound-of the
31S.000.000 pounds now on hand.
Without further Imports, thta
would leave only 43,000,000 pounds
as the suppy, while at least 500,000,
000 pounds Is believed to be the least
that will lie reqnlred, for that Is the
quantity which It may 1 said Is
never uned up, helngalways on hand
.u. , . . J
ill nir niiujiv t inn rpKHM j ......wi.
It follows, therefore, that Iiefore
lull- liar! nulto I.Vi (HHIIMV) IKIIUkIh I if
. . i
wool must lie obtained from abroad. I
This is 50 jier cent more thau was
imported during the sameiieriod last
year, and the effect of this unusual
demand on foreign markets, where
consumers have allowed their stocks
to run down, is likely to cause higher
rather than lower prices.
The purchases already made in
Australasia and in the Argentine 2tt
public for this country, are 2." per
cent less thau those of last season,
so that an additional demand must
fall upon the markets of Kurope, I
where there are no large accsiiuula-
tioiiH, and it hardly seems possible
that this can occur without some
further enhancement of values.
Many American manufactures huve
neglected to secure wool supplies, le
liering that a price reaction is now
due. Their conclusions are based on
the fact that both of the two previous
periods of advancing prices, In the
last half of the years 18!)7 and
collapsed in January of the following
To those who hold these views, we
need only point to the fact that the
amount of wool carried over at the
end of the year 1H07 wan 704,0t.0,000
pounds, as against 4ti0,0U0,JO0 pounds
consumed or exported that year, and
the quantity carried over at the end
of the year 1WW waaoOO.UOO.OOO pound
as against 5.'0,000,(MM) pound con
sumed or exported that year, while
in the other hand, the quantity car
ried over now, at the end of the vear
i,u..i i.. , , . . . t
uisieau oi is'ing greater than I
the amount consumed last year, as
in ls!)7 and is estimated as le
ing only Sl.'i.OOO.OOO pounds, or but
littleover half as much as the."."i,iHH),
IXX) pound consumed and exported,
the latter Is'ing only a few million
This shows that the consumption !
last year was 2i0,imm),uim pounds1
larger than the estimated amount (
carried over, most of which is owned i
t til. . . .
ii.v nil' iiiiiiH, ami noi inrsnle.
As shown above, the iii;mt ity
carried over nt 1 he end of the year
Jlist closed, is lint Hlllliciciit In Keep
the mills ninuiii' at the priwui. r.ite
until the i.ext clip, anil it will be
lieri e.-;iry tu ivhw upon foreign inar
keH for at Iriiiit - niole
wiiiil timii w.is bruuhl in Im-imccm
Jitnii. i--v ;u;i .inly i,f ,i.l vear.
il vini i he ore.-:;oiii'g it. a e iileni
tha' l);..-.-- i,"v.-r win any utp:e
thin in iaet, for tile Looms of eitlwr
1 1S97 or 1H). They were purely apec
illative, and Ih'Iiik without Riiy Bound
imala, naturnlly collnpsed. t,M'n'
Is nothing- VlNllde In tin? present ltu-
At Ion to warrant the ellef that a
..tmllnr nHrtln ht now dne.
Owing to nound and natural nuiae
wool ban been advancing tor twenty
tha and there- Ih no evidence of
l l.... ,... lw.r
ty iluu im Hell out t lev turn hi mr
Thus at a time wlien wool prlci b
were responding strongly to the In
fluences of a reduced supply, rates
' were high, and In .one
instances u couiu urn, w
even on collateral.
In view of all this It Is difficult to
discover the basts for the lasllef that
the top has lieen reached and that a
i .... I.. n to vrWiMr 1 1 1 A
A world-wide higherenat for wool-
Tlio quantities of wool imported
mid produced, are more easily ascer
tained than the amount consumed;
hut knowledge of the supply Ik of no
value without knowledge of the
amount of the reduction caused by
consumption. In order to ascertain
the supply left over, it is necessary,
therefore, to determine the amount
For this purpose we have kept esti
mates of the annual consumption of
wool since the Free Wool period of
190, during which year of depression
the smallest amount of wool for
many years was used. It was esti
mated at about !!.-t,IXH),iHm pounds.
j wlille for the year VMi'2 Just closed
the amount consumed waH.".".000,0i)0
pounds, or more thau double that
used in 1M(C, as well as the greatet
Itislorstrd Mr Khanldrr
Mrs. Johanna 8ijderliolm, of Feruun
Falls, Minn., fell and dialocated her
shoulder, hlie had a surgeon get it
back in place a non as pneiuble, but it
was quite sore anil pained tier very much.
Her aon mentioned that be had teen
Cliaaiberlain'ii 1'ain Balm advertised for
sprains and soreness, ond she asked iiiin
to buy her a bottle of it, which he did.
It quickly relieved her and enabled her
to sleep which she had not done for sev
eral days. The aon was so great 1 v uleas
ed witii the relief it save his mother
that be has since recommended it to
many others, ror sale by Lee Bead,
Cn K'sus, King of Lydla, Asia Minor,
came to the throne about 02 II. C.
He was the richest king mentioned
la history, and was also a great con
queror at one time ruling over thir
teen nations, lie used to luvitegreut
men to Sard Is. lilsciioltnl. mul ntr.
ill them In his palace. Among
! those who visited him wew Aesop
and Kolon. One dny Cru?sus showed
hi riches to Kolon, mid asked him
who lie thought was the happiest
man lathe world, expecting to hear
himself na 1. "The man whom
heaven smiles upon to the last,"
said Solon. This iiiadeCrn-susiuiKry,
but soon afterwards Ids fortune Ih
gan to change. His son, At.vs, was
killed while limiting, and the Persians
under Cyrus made w ar upon I.ydia,
, and took Sardis by storm (.Ms . c, j
Cricum was taken prisoner and con
demned to lie burned alive. When
tiic piie was li-hted he cried out.
".Solon! Solon: Solon!"' Cyrus asked
what tlrs meant mid when lie heard
Hie story he set ( i-esin nt liberlv.
' made linn his d i.-ii I and Jet him J.-,
Iwi'dilk oi kin.-: -I,.' uri h II, .raid.
rapidiy al tool.
....,. .-I;.;.,, ,,,:; ,,, . '. ' . ' -J sifrnslur,. I. r. .,.,..v I.,,.- , , , r,.,1iw, .v .., ... V.,, ,. , , .." ,
The iieculiar coii((h which Indicates
mu n I iixiihIIv well known in ura
mothers of cnm'pr children. No time
should lie lost in the treatment of It,
and lor Ibis purpose medicine Iihs ie
reivtMl more universal approval than
Clmmberlain'a t-oiih Remedy. Ihniot
waste vsluahle lime in experimwnttnn
with untried reuiidies. no matter how
hiunlv they may be remnunendetl. but
give lids medicine as direc.Ted and all
symptoms of croup will qnicklv disap
pear. For ale by Ileal I, druitKisi.
Tin. nhl rHliahlc business firm, the
Seattle Auction and Sale MaMes, Inc.
which holds spe.ual aueiion saies every
pe.ital aueiion sales every
Lr weekly auction, every
dayan.1 reitular wwaly auctions every
Kriiiay, re:eive homes I lo 100, on con- j ,.,, i, m, vhibi fnr lis ilnibwr r
fitfiiHiHiit and advance all ahippinn char- unw than tnr -rlmiliural nnrnnw-" il J
...,l ...II .nn.ii,iaiiii or will lillV i lt'hh ilmlr elslnrn In Mill Nfnre I . II.
Kes anil sell on commission, or win vy wtihmw, u. s Cnmmlsslunvr si Klsmslh
your horses oiitriuhl. II you have any (,-.n,, orrmm. ou Saturdsy Ptltt day of
nnmlier of horses vou wisi lo disiswe of April. li. .
at ihu Uuniilu niarkut nrie no Bnatter Thry nm as wllnrsses: Wllllsm anu
at the Senttle marliet price, no waiter rhM( ,:riw , ,,., wastiiniiion, Jnm
how far you are fmnt the city, write us Tqnln ol Abvniwu, Wsihlnidini, Kmnk lint
full iliMnriiiliim ami lit will let VOU know lliimwurth. nf NrwlM-rrT, Orvsmi, slid K. W.
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niiniiuu I " ii t-" itio miKi in-" " j -
ii- iti ......iIm
Ail cifr rr,paii,iirii,.a nvinpn;
N. T Jnlliffe, Mvr
N. J. Walker, Auct.
1213 Western Ave., Seattle, Wash. 3 41
CASTOR I A
, Joi XafaaU and Calldrta.
Til Iti Yea Kan Alvtn Ectt
One Thing at a Time
"I can't afford to advertiae on
a In r ire scale," auld a merchant
lately, "and with my vuried stock J
I wouldu t know where to lie-in 4
on a atnall scale."
It Is m connoi (allary that J
the adverllsluar snasl eur
the whale alack. w
In point of fuct It never does,
even with the most lavish lidver- 1'
tiaers, and. If It did. the result Z
would be a Jumble of prolixity.
The true policy is to select one
article at a time something
moderately priced and meeting a
the want of the day and push 7
that at the pople. Philadelphia
Tou ars Invited to try thta
plan In our columns. Change
your ad. with vtry lasus.
Buyers watch our columns
for stors nswe.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
i3io Conneticut Avenue
Washington, D. C.
All persons who bavt bsrrtofor made FINAL
PHOOP In any kind ol Land. Mlnsral or Tint.
bsr entries, which has bn accepted by Ih
Register or Receiver l any V. 5. Land Office,
can have Ih iMuanc si their U. 8. Patent for
said Lands promptly attended lo by sendlaf
m I heir Duplkal Recelsts, or Certlllcalee ol
Entry, and an agreement to pay me J 10 when
ever said Patents shall Issue.
Seed a M iri ?fJm
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TIMBER LAND NOTICB.
t'nltMl But Innrt tlfllMi at Uifvli-w, Or
inn NoTmbr 1.1, I. Notlr t hr.'by alvr-n
Thai III romiillanwi with lh nmvlslnna m Ins
m nt Cnnatrnl tnnr 1. 1ST sntlilml, "An set
Sri OI l:nnsrrJW,i jiiiirv, mm r, !,-.
('ll(.,rnl, Onson, NrvsU, anil In Wsnhlns-
inn Tsrrtlnn" L Mtfrndwl In .11 the IMiblTo
lm1 SisimW Af n . ism, lh Inllnw.
Inn srnn h this day aisU In Hits olllns
Ihulr sworn statements, lwlti
of llnqiitam, snnnlji of tlhfhslli, "tsls of Wsn-
m.i.,7, ..nr.. .i.i,imni Nn. liwi hir th pur -
rkw nl lhrSW NKU u K'i SK, Krc t
us, k. 16 k, w . m
.I.MM T OlllW
nf Atrilsn,onniy of 'li'lill. Ststsnf Wsh
Innlnli. iwnrn stalmnl No. IftW for Ihs pnr-I'hkM-
nf Ih N' t, N K S Sso U and N H N W H
SvcaiTinH, RinK WM
nf Nowbrrry, rm'i'my nf Vamlilll, Sl of Or.
r, ,wrn ,lm.iu n tm mr the pm?h
oi ins s h i H -r",' n.;'.V i 3 u '
l ih sw u hw u h.t its. s , sk u
: M s :2 " "-8 V
, -i'hlj ' " . , -..; in show thst ih.
Merrill, nf Knrllsnd. Ori-snn. Any snd alt Pr:
. . . , ,
sons ctslpilna sieri.iy ini
the shnlll desurllMNl
nfllesonni Is'turessld isih day nf April tau.
nils arr nmnssioa mi nw innir emini -
llC 4 4S K. M . HSiTTil N, K
J. W. Maxwell
Ten of th Best
high arrade and
C240.00 and up
Organs 9 DO up
AYRES & 5CHLAQEL, Props.
Beer sold Wholesale & Retail
Delivered any place in Town
Ashland, - Oregon m
Ottttn (Urate. Crssltc. Iras
Fntkf ssa utotral tisaf wsrt
CfMfltRY WORN Of All KINDS fc
i For in) on klllinc or atwl-
In ttocs Mooiiog to tha
South Eastern Oregon
! Stock Association
! $500 REWARD
Will bs givm forth srr sod omtloUoaol any prt-
n or pnsoas suaiinf sny stook bsloutias;
lo SMnttMrt ol U)l AandaUoa.
J. D. COUdrlLIN,
J, n. INNES, President.
ViaiT DR. JORDAN'S aa.a
i uuseuks of Amour
f 101 BVUXST tT MR RUNOIRO V. CAL f
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OFI ICK-Psly Hultdl.ii.
Attorney at Law 1
C N. H4LMYNri.R '
A t israsf Hit . La w.
ur rn.it-io nuihiinn.
W. J. MtORR
I. It. VRRATUR
mm Ssltsr Maatt
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lx I. O. O. f. niacin the 1st and M Thsi
day svnnlnaknf nai'd niniilb In Odd ri
fc1 lows' Hall, Uk'ilmt. W. B. Bui
CP., W. J. slmiiis. Herltw.
...Knights oi Pythias,
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rvwry TuwMlsy rvauliw, Oild r"lln.,i
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Iv1 cunllally Inviivd.
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lint Horlngx. lor HiaiKlUb aud rlnunii
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Vlntnn - Inr Uysltnn, I'nv. nlevlll andCS
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